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Clan MacLeod magazine

Edinburgh, Scotland : Clan MacLeod Society, 1935-
v. : ill., coats of arms, geneal. tables, maps, ports. (some col.)
No. 1 (Feb 1935) -


For surname indexes & other information, see the Associated Clan MacLeod Societies Web site at: (viewed 29 March 2018).

Annual from no. 1 (1935) to no. 38 (1973). Semiannual in April and October, beginning with 1974.

Editor: Major Robert Crauford MacLeod (1935-1948); Rev. Alasdair Ross (1949); Rev. Dr. Donald MacKinnon (1950-1961); James MacLeod Nicol (1962-1974); Ruari Halford-MacLeod (1974-1982); Donald MacLeod of Suardal (1982-1985); Janet MacLeod Trotter (1986-1989); Donald & Rosemary MacLeod of Glendale (1990- ?); John Cambell MacLeod; Emma Halford-MacLeod & Heather MacLeod.

Related works: The Clan MacLeod newsletter.

Volume designations were added to consecutive issue "whole numbers" beginning with vol. 2 no. 16 (1951). In the catalog and on spines, volume number designations were omitted.

The Clan MacLeod Society (Great Britain) was founded in 1891. It was unable to publish its magazine until 1935, after the first World War. The Clan MacLeod Society is part of the Associated Clan MacLeod Societies, which incorporates the Clan MacLeod Societies world-wide. It is comprised of various regional branches, each headed by a regional vice presicent (RVP). This society is also affiliated with the Dunvegan Foundation (a.k.a. Dunvegan Castle Foundation), which sponsors and provide services for Scots, descendants of Scots, their widows and orphans, and which perpetuates Scottish traditions and culture. For surname indexes and other information, see their Web site.

Periodical for the interchange of genealogical data and history of the MacLeod families who came mainly from Scotland. Some immigrated to the Australia, Canada, England, France, Germany, New Zealand, Normandy, South Africa, and the United States of America. This magazine has announcements of Clan Gatherings, biographical sketches, book reviews, clan business for the Associated Clan MacLeod Society and each of its branches, genealogical data, local and family histories, obituaries, products, projects, queries, reports of meetings, Scottish heritage and traditions, services, special events, and other items of interest.

Indexes to surnames, persons, and other information is found on the Associated Clan MacLeod Societies Web site.

Not yet available in PERiodical Source Index (PERSI) at this time. (23 Nov. 2005)

Includes Machlejd, MacLeod, McCloud, McClowd, McLead, McLeod, McLeoud, and other variant spellings.

Also includes information about the Clan Gillean, Clan MacAskill, Clan Maclean, Clan Mackenzie, Clan MacKinnon, Clann Mhichneacail, Bethune, Nicolson, the Ardvreck Castle, the Duart Castle, the Dunvegan Castle, the Dunvegan Castle Foundation, the Isle of Skye, the Isle of Raasay, Viking heritage, Gaelic heritage, and other related topics.


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